The FFA Chute Dogging is open to all FFA members’ grades 9-12. All participants must be in good standing with their FFA chapter and academically eligible.
1- There will be 10 contestants each night, Friday, February 8th and Saturday, February 9th. Each high school should be represented each night to compete for a belt buckle. In the event a high school FFA cannot secure two students by January 8th, then the committee will fill the positions.
2-These students will be from Humble ISD FFA programs, four students from each high school.
3- There will be a $10 entry fee that should accompany the entry form.
4-Each student must turn in an entry form at the joint FFA meeting in January.
5-Students will be judged by rodeo personnel on how fast to dog a steer from standing position starting in rodeo chute.
6- Each night there will be a belt buckle awarded to the student with the fastest time. The buckle will be awarded by a sponsor and a picture will be taken with the student.
7- The selected students must arrive no later than 6:10 p.m. of the night he/she is scheduled to participate.
For more details, click on the Chute Doggin' event page.